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tough negotiations to maintain the fragile peace are ahead. >> giving thanks in the aftermath of superstorm sandy. residents of one community devastated by the storm celebrates thanksgiving with some help from their neighbors. >> i'm very thankful. right now i'm just thankful that we have this. a warm meal. >> a time honored holiday tradition continues today. millions get ready to line the streets of new york city for the annual macy's thanksgiving day parade. >> stuck santa. saint nick stalled during his entrance in front of hundreds of holiday shoppers. >> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, november 22, 2012. good morning. on this thanksgiving day. good to be with you. i'm terrell brown. on this thanksgiving, a cease-fire between israel and hamas that took effect last night looks to be holding. the deal was announced in cairo and ended eight days of fighting the new islamic egyptian government played a key role in brokering the u.s. backed truce.
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secretary of state hillary clinton called this a critical moment for the region. following a 24 hour cooling off period talks will resume on key issues like the israeli blockade. susan mcginnis starts us off in washington this morning. good morning to you. happy thanksgiving. >> reporter: good morning. happy thanksgiving. this is a very tenuous cease-fire. deep mistrusts remain on both sides. it feels like both sides have their finger on the trigger. residents are gathering their belongings and heading home. many took refuge in a united nations shelter while israel and the militant group hamas spent eight days in a bloody conflict. under the cease-fire agreement hamas promises to stop firing rockets. israel says it will end air strikes and will ease border restrictions that have stifled gaza's economy for years. after a deal was reached the
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residents poured into the streets of gaza, cheers and celebratory gunshots replaced the sounds of gunfire. in tel aviv most israelis were happy to hear the news. >> i would like to believe that no fighting is always more good than fighting. >> reporter: egypt's new islamist government was the driving force behind the negotiations to end the conflict with diplomatic help from secretary of state hillary clinton. clinton spent two days shuttling between jerusalem, west bank and cairo. >> people of this region deserve a chance to live free from fear and violence and today's agreement is a step in the right direction. >> reporter: clinton expects egypt to play a key role in maintaining peace. now israel's prime minister benjamin netanyahu said he's willing to give the cease-fire a chance but holds the possibility of resuming fighting.
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head of hamas said israel is destined for defeat. >> susan mcginnis in washington on this thanksgiving morning. thank you so much. the islamist government of egypt is winning praise for its role in brokering the truce. clarissa ward is in cairo with more. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. happy thanksgiving. >> good to have you on this morning. egypt playing a key role in making this truce happen. what does this mean for the region as we look ahead? >> reporter: absolutely. you heard secretary clinton calling egypt a cornerstone of stability in this region, praising the government for its actions, for its calm throughout the last eight days. i think there had been some speculation or concern in the west as to how exactly egypt's new islamist government would react to this type of situation. they have to walk a very fine line politically between appeasing their muslim
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brotherhood but making sure nothing jeopardizes that peace treaty between israel and egypt which has been in effect for 32 years. everyone is in agreement that egypt did a good job of balancing those different concerns and as a result egypt has emerged through this as a key player in the region. >> let's talk about this cease-fire. history tells us that these don't often last very long. what could be at issue here in the next 24 to 48 hours? >> reporter: the key issue in this cease-fire is the third component, the opening up of gaza's borders, the lifting possibly of the israeli blockade that's been imposed on gaza now for five years. israel is very concerned that the minute that blockade gets lifted there will be an influx of weapons into the gaza strip, weapons that could potentially get into the hands of militants. really think of this cease-fire as a sort of a band aid. if you don't treat the underlying wound underneath the
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infection doesn't go away so there's still a lot of hard work to be done and concessions to be made on both sides. >> clarissa ward in cairo this morning. for the first time ambassador susan rice is defending remarks she made about the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya. the september 11th attack killed four americans including ambassador chris stevens. rice has been criticized for blaming the attack on mob violence. >> when discussing the attacks against our facilities in benghazi, i relied solely and squarely on the information provided to me by the intelligence community. i made clear that the information was preliminary and that our investigations would give us the definitive answers. >> rice is taking a lot of heat from republican lawmakers in part because it's believed she's president obama's choice to be his next secretary of state. the governor of illinois has five days to schedule an election to replace congressman jesse jackson jr.
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jackson resigned yesterday two weeks after he was elected to a ninth term in congress. he cited his treatment for bipolar disorder and acknowledged a federal investigation into possible misuse of campaign funds. millions of americans will travel today for their thanksgiving feast. many started yesterday. here in new york those trying to take a train out of penn station ran into switching problems. amtrak and two commuter railroads were shut town for more than an hour. for a lot of folks in the northeast trying to recover from hurricane sandy this will not be an easy holiday season. one neighborhood had a thanksgiving dinner thanks to the generosity of their neighbor. drew levinson reports. >> reporter: to norah white stands on her front porch looking at soggy piles of books and bags that once were in her basement. >> a little bit of this and that.
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that's what this is. >> reporter: she just got her power back and still has no heat. >> been tough. >> how do you stay warm in the house? >> blankets. blankets and more blankets. >> reporter: she's the pta president at her son's high school. he's a freshman at queens high school for information research and technology in far rockaway, new york. the school was badly damaged and just reopened monday. titus like the hundreds of other students here at this high school have had very few warm meals over the past few weeks. so for many this day before thanksgiving meal is their thanksgiving meal. they say thursday they won't be eating turkey and dressing instead cleaning up from the storm. school principal knew her students and families were suffering. it was her idea to raise money to provide this thanksgiving feast. >> it's a learning place not only for my students but the community. so i opened my doors to them. >> reporter: they are grateful. >> happy to have a hot meal?
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>> yeah. >> i'm very thankful. right now i'm thankful that we have this. >> a warm meal? >> a warm meal. >> reporter: thanks and giving, the true meaning of this holiday. drew levinson, cbs news, far rockaway, new york. >> coming up on the morning news a thanksgiving day tradition, balloons for the macy's day parade come to life on the streets of new york. we'll take you there when we come back on the "cbs morning news." e come back on the "cbs morning news." [ lane ] your anti-wrinkle cream is gone...
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the balloons are inflated ready for the 86th annual thanksgiving day parade. 3 million people will line the streets of manhattan as the giant balloons march downtown. another 50 million will watch from home. the start of today's parade will take place in just a few hours and wcbs-tv is on the parade route.
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with a look at last minute preparations. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. we're here along central park west and you can already feel the excitement in the air. i want to show you the start of the balloon route. you can see her there, she will lead the way, hello kitty, one of four brand new balloons this year. we were out here yesterday too and watching all the crews get ready. they are here making sure everything is safe and ready to go. thousands of people join them. they are just so excited to watch these balloons come alive, and it's special for them, especially because of what so many people have been through this year, post-sandy. several storm survivors were out here and will be out here today. 5,000 tickets were given to them by macy's and the mayor's office. they will be here to take this all in. you can see behind me crews are pulling more stars and getting the rest of the floats ready. it is expected to be packed here in just a few hours. people getting their prime seats for this wonderful event.
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one thing we can tell you different from years' past it's mild out here, nobody will be bundled up in parkas, it feels wonderful and there's so much excitement for this very special day. we're live along central park west. back to you. have a happy thanksgiving. thank you so much. the turkey won't even have time to get cold before shoppers brave the crushing crowds in search of black friday deals. already long lines of die-hard shoppers have camped out hoping to score a deal. some retailers are not waiting until black friday. walmart, target, toys "r" us and many others will welcome shoppers tonight. black friday is slowly disappearing. straight ahead your thanksgiving day forecast and in sports we'll go one on one with a college basketball player who shot the lights out this week scoring a record 138 points in a single game. single game.
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the northwest sees another day of widespread rain and snow in mountain elevations. northeast and southwest remains mild and dry. in sports the dallas mavericks cool off the knicks. new york visiting dallas. dallas leads the way. dallas sends new york to its second loss of the season. 114-111. oklahoma city thunder star kevin durant planted one on a young lady court side after she gets hit. misses a wide-open dunk opportunity. focus, man. he gets his mojo back. this one goes to overtime. extra frame. durant takes a big three. o.c. wins 117-111. tlak of the college of the basketball world is jack taylor. on tuesday night he shattered
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the ncaa single game scoring 1-3-8 points.ching 138 points.- our affiliate went one on one with our star. >> getting tired of shooting hoops? >> reporter: some games the ball just won't fall. >> shot the ball pretty poorly. >> reporter: after saturday's 28 points his slump needed correcting. >> my teammates and coaches wanted me to get going. offensively. >> reporter: tuesday when faith baptist entered the gym jack became the go-to guy. >> if a guy hits a three we want to give him the threes again. our philosophy is to feed the hot hand. >> reporter: his hand ignited. >> hit shots in the first half. came into the locker room and they said i had 58 points. i was kind of shocked by that. >> reporter: that's the moment his plan went hyper. >> we're going to give you the
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ball every time. >> reporter: every time. >> it was cool for the home crowd to start chanting my name. i hit seven or eight threes in a row. >> reporter: jack passed a hundred. >> that's when i knew it was starting to become special. >> reporter: kept getting the ball. >> it seemed whatever i threw in went in whether it was off balance or fading away. it didn't matter. >> reporter: he has no idea how big his numbers were until -- >> the coach told me in the locker room. >> reporter: 138 points. but that's not all. >> i know i shot 108 shots which is a record. i shot 71 threes which is a record. i think i had 27 threes made which is a record. >> reporter: why the phone started ringing. >> they are pulling me into interviews right way. with. espn and sports center. >> reporter: it didn't stop. >> it feels like i woke up in a different world. >> reporter: tweets from kobe and lebron and interviews from
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"today" and gma. >> i can't thank them enough. >> reporter: and tuesday's hot hand. >> luckily for me the ball was going in. >> how bad was the other team's defense. goodness gracious. here's how it broke down. he made 52 of 108 shots including 27 three-pointers. he put up one goose egg in one category, no assists. you have to be a ball hog to score that many points. congratulations to him. pretty good deal. when we come back, game time for santa, a stunt goes wrong for saint nick. stuck 20 feet in mid-air as hundreds of spectators watch below. hundreds of spectators watch below. eddie... shannon... she was just like, perfect, ya know? go get her. this christmas, fall in love all over. you won't run into black friday deals this big just anywhere.
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annual macy's thanksgiving y parade. and lawrence karnow joins us live from the internationalo show. join us for cbs 5 eyewitness news this morning... beginng at 4:30. good morning. it's thursday, november 22-,,,, here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. in washington mostly sunny 58 degrees. mostly sunny in atlanta 68. afternoon showers in st. louis 68 degrees. mostly sunny in denver 54. mostly cloudy in seattle, 48.
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a new study out this morning raises questions about the benefits of mammograms. researchers found breast cancer screening detects twice as many early stage cases but many never develop into full blown breast cancer. the study found more than a million women received unnecessary treatment for cancer and mammograms have a small effect of lowering the mortality rate. hostess has been given the go ahead to shut down operations. on wednesday a judge said they can start selling its assets and laying off their 18,000 workers. one estimate says the 82-year-old company can fetch up to $2.4 billion in liquidation. in england santa claus needed rescuing after he got stuck in mid-air. his beard got stuck in the ropes. he tried to make a grand entrance at a mall over the
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weekend. the santa a soldier refused to remove his beard. he didn't want to disappoint the children. after 40 minutes another soldier came down and freed saint nick. president obama pardoned two turkeys. he pardoned cobbler as well as his alternate gobbler. both will live out third lives at george washington's home in mount vernon. they better watch their back, both of them. i'm eyeing some bird today. i'm hungry already. happy thanksgiving, everybody. coming up after your local news on cbs "this morning" a preview of the holiday movie season. i'm terrell brown. this is the "cbs morning news." preview of the holiday movie season. i'm terrell brown. [ dog 1 ] i am not a vegetarian!
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in the past 24 years a couple in minnesota had a lot to cheer for. you can find them at nearly every high school varsity football game watching their sons play on the field. as steve hartman reports they
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recently gave up their post as long time fans. >> reporter: it was cold the night this high school in minnesota played its final football game of the year, cold enough to make your eyes water which is what i thought were happening to these parents. than i got a closer look. i saw she was feeling a lot more than the wind. >> it's been a great run. >> reporter: for them this game marked the end of an era, the end of their rein as two of the longest football parents in america. in the past quarter of a century they have been to countless games, cheering on countless sons. >> how many boys do you have? do you know? that was the easy question. >> 12 boys. >> reporter: 12 boys. 12 football players. spaced out just so that at least one of them has been on every team every year since 1989.
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24 straight seasons of knee sprains, grass stains and night games. mom and dad have barely missed a single contest, screaming like teenagers, cursing like true minnesotans, cheering on each child like an only child. >> mom and dad, it's very obvious they were passionate to football and their sports and their kids. >> reporter: steve is the oldest at 38. seth the youngest at 18. in between too many to name. or for that matter even notice them all. >> we didn't even miss him. >> is there any part of you that's glad that it's over? >> no. >> reporter: until now karen said she was able to avoid the hardest part of parenting. >> i can't ever say my kids grew up so fast because there was another one there. but now we'll probably feel it. >> reporter: fortunately they do have 49 grandkids so it's a
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little early to start buying ceramics. but on this night at this moment that's little consolation. >> that's it. >> reporter: on this night, at this moment, all they want is a little more time on the clock. steve hartman, on the road in minnesota. >> coming up after your local news on cbs "this morning" live reports from egypt, israel and gaza on the status of the middle east cease-fire. also, the latest from chicago on the resignation of congressman jesse jackson jr. and hall of fame quarterback dan marino talks about thanksgiving day football. that and more a little later on cbs "this morning." that's the morning news for this thursday. i have some pie in the newsroom calling my name. happy thanksgiving, everybody. appreciate you watching. i'm terrell brown. have a great day. ,,,,
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mallicoat. >> your realtime captioner: linda marie macdonald. good morning, everyone. it is thursday, it's november the 22nd and, of course, happy thanksgiving! i'm frank mallicoat. >> frank, happy thanksgiving. >> you, too. >> and, of course, i'm michelle griego. time now is just about 4:30. sunny skies on tap for this thanksgiving day. >> yeah. for our first look at weather, lawrence karnow joins us live from the san francisco auto show. good morning, happy thanksgiving. >> good morning. happy thanksgiving, guys. we're 55th annual car show here at moscone center in san francisco and it is looking fantastic. lots of beautiful cars here. we're going to talk about that all


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